Partnership Streamlines Development of Next Generation Medical Devices to Meet Meaningful Use Requirements

Product Development Technologies and SoftServe, Inc., unite to enable health technology leaders to create breakthrough TeleMedicine solutions from Concept to Completion

LAKE ZURICH, Ill. & FORT MYERS, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- SoftServe, Inc. and Product Development Technologies (PDT), have announced a partnership to further the advancement of next generation healthcare devices for the connected medicine industry. PDT’s legacy in strategic medical product development for leading medical device companies together with SoftServe’s proven, high-quality software development for complex healthcare management requirements offers a unique opportunity for medical device manufacturers to quickly and effectively bring more game-changing products to market.

In response to the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH), many device manufacturers are looking to capitalize on the opportunity to offer solutions for providers and hospitals trying to use Electronic Health Records (EHRs) to achieve specified improvements in care delivery. Through HITECH, the federal government will commit unprecedented resources to supporting the adoption and meaningful use of EHRs through 2015.

With SoftServe’s 2,500 successful software development projects and HIMSS membership and PDT’s ISO 13485 certification and Continua Alliance Membership, the team understands the unique demands of this growing sector. By engaging this team, the client will enjoy the seamless creation and integration of embedded software with all necessary phases - research through industrial design, user experience and engineering - enabling efficient and accurate device development.

If you want your next great idea streamlined from concept to cash flow, call your SoftServe Representative at 1.866.687.3588 ext. 1812 and see how our partnership will help you achieve your goals!

About SoftServe, Inc.

SoftServe is a leading global provider of proven high quality software development, testing and consulting services. We are committed to bringing the best commercial software to independent software vendors and enterprises. We combine our unmatched experience with best practices delivering SaaS/Cloud, Mobility and SDLC innovative solutions. With an onshore/offshore delivery model, we collaborate with our customers helping them drive their business and differentiate themselves within their markets. SoftServe has successfully completed over 2,500 projects for over 150 global companies. Founded in 1993, SoftServe is headquartered in Fort Myers, Florida, with an award-winning development organization based in Ukraine and the Philippines. www.softserveinc.com.

About PDT

Product Development Technologies, Inc. (PDT) is a global, full-service product development firm with over 130 employees in eight offices worldwide. Team members have expertise in a wide range of product development disciplines, including strategy, design research, industrial design, user interface development, electrical and mechanical engineering, software development, laser scanning, and tooling. PDT’s award winning product designs have been recognized by BusinessWeek, the Industrial Designers Society of America, Design Journal, The Consumer Electronics Association, Inc. Magazine, Chicago Athenaeum of Architecture and Design, and Parametric Technologies Corporation. www.pdt.com



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